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## 2012 By The Numbers

Carrying over the commute from last year (minus a few more WFH days) and taking an extremely educated guess at foot travel.

```Commute:
(6.85 mi [drive] + 47.4 mi [train] + 1.29 mi [subway]) x 2 =  111.08 mi daily
x  245 days
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27,214 mi
Flying:
2,676 mi + 2,437 = 5,112 mi
2,948 mi + 2,518 = 5,466 mi
3,656 mi x 2 = 7,312 mi
=  17,890 mi

Cruise:
850 mi (estimate)
=  850 mi

Walk (via pedometer minus treadmill estimated)
~1,200 mi - 294 mi =                                        =  906 mi

Etc (misc, pretty random guess here):                        = ~3,500 mi

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Total:                                                          50,360 mi

Velocity for 2012: 50,360 / 8,760 = 5.75 mph

Laps around Earth: 50,360 mi / 24,901.55 mi (earth circumference at equator) = 2.022 laps
```

That might be the first time I’ve ever broken 2 laps around the earth. It’s alarming to think that with relatively little travel I still did 2 laps around the earth. I’m always on the go.

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## 2011 By The Numbers

Since I do this every year, I’ll just get this out of the way now. Carrying over the commute from last year and taking an extremely educated guess at foot travel. I’m up slightly from 2010.

```Commute:
(6.85 mi [drive] + 47.4 mi [train] + 1.29 mi [subway]) x 2 =  111.08 mi daily
x  255 days
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28,325 mi
Flying:
3,656 mi x 2 = 7,312 mi
1,617 mi x 2 = 3,234 mi
=  10,546 mi

Cruise:
1,318 mi
=  1,318 mi

Walk (via pedometer minus treadmill estimated)
1,160 mi - 250 mi =                                        =    910 mi

Etc (misc, pretty random guess here):                        = ~1,300 mi

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Total:                                                          42,399 mi

Velocity for 2011: 42,399 / 8,760 = 4.84 mph

Laps around Earth: 42,399 mi / 24,901.55 mi (earth circumference at equator) = 1.7 laps
```

My average speed is now almost 5X what the NASA’s crawler-transporter’s did moving the Shuttles.

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## 2010 By The Numbers

And 2010’s numbers…

```Commute:
(6.85 mi [drive] + 47.4 mi [train] + 1.29 mi [subway]) x 2 =  111.08 mi daily
x  255 days
-----------------
28,325.4 mi
Flying:
3,656 mi x 2 = 7,312 mi
1,540 mi x 2 = 3,080 mi
= 10,392.0 mi

Walk (via pedometer minus treadmill (246 mi))
1,145 mi - 246 mi =                                         = 899 mi

Etc (misc, pretty random guess here):                          ~1,300.0 mi

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Total:                                                          40,916.4 mi

Velocity for 2010: 40,916.4 / 8,760 = 4.67 mph

Laps around Earth: 40,916.4 mi / 24,901.55 mi (earth circumference at equator) = 1.64 laps
```

That includes the 2,000,572 steps recorded via a pedometer. I realized tonight I was about 1,000 short of the 2 million mark so I hopped on the treadmill for a quick 1,000 step walk to make it at around 10:00 PM.

My velocity last year was 4.43 mph, so a slight jump based on a few more steps and slightly more flying.

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## 2009 By The Numbers

Now to crunch the numbers for 2009…

```Commute:
(6.85 mi [drive] + 47.4 mi [train] + 1.29 mi [subway]) x 2 = 111.08 mi daily
x  255 days
-----------------
28,325.4 mi
Flying:
3,656 mi x 2 = 7,312 mi
779 mi x 2 = 1,558 mi
= 8,870.0 mi

Walk:                                                           1,065.0 mi

Etc (misc, pretty random guess here):                          ~1,000.0 mi

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Total:                                                        39,260.4 mi

Velocity for 2009: 39,260.4 / 8,760 = 4.43 mph

Laps around Earth: 39,260 mi / 24,901.55 mi (earth circumference at equator) = 1.58 laps
```

Not bad, more than a lap around the earth! At an average distance of 238,857 miles it would still take 6.08 years to make it to the moon.